Nov 9, 2012 5:00pm PST
included in that frost advisory. 37 in fairfield. concord, pleasanton, and 38 in daly city. a very chilly morning and afternoon temperatures are not going to warm up quite that much. only 50s and daly city 59 degrees in pleasanton. as we take a look at your extended forecast a slight chance of morning rainfall but into the afternoon drier conditions are expected. we will continue to warm things up on that sunday, monday but mid next week a chance of rainfall is returning we will keep you posted. >> this east bay community is on alert after a suspicious persiaapproached a gl on her way to school. this is not the first fifth time that this same stranger has strictest law were this same child. banta sat in it from a 7:of 20 a.m.. this elementary school in fremont. a 15 year-old girl walking on her way to kennedy high school when she was approached by a strange. the girl refused. he drove away however fremont police say that this is the fifth time that that same stranger approached this 15 year-old girl in the fmonths. he was driving a white suburban, with an asian driver with a heavy
Nov 9, 2012 8:00pm PST
see some apache frost but it might not be enough. for the south bay temperatures cool. look at daly city and half moon bay. chilly. a cool afternoon. 50s in richmond. 58 in concord and for the snowfall of the sierras. it is expected to pick up again after midnight. we will see an additional one-3 in. at the lake level and more of the higher elevations. a look at your extended forecast locally isolated at best. and saturday, sunday, monday, tuesday, warmer weather is expected but rainfall could return as early as wednesday. >> it is now time for the jack in the box sports report. >> the california lakers, 47-38. we say special in a basketball sense they have a new coach, michael brown. earlier, he was sacked after only five games that is the third quickest termination in indy history. one-4, and when youet to the white tower, the best big man in the game, steve nash, kobe bryant. you do not have a gain victory in the exhibition season people give nervous here is the general manager. >> the bottom line is that the team was not winning at the pace that we expected. we expected to win.
Nov 9, 2012 7:00pm PST
uninsured adults in san francisco and daly city since they opened. doctors, nurses others other staff volunteer their time to offer health care services. >>> happening now, a benefit dinner dance is underway right now to benefit the family of slain highway patrol officer skwrupgstron. he was shot duringa a traffic stop on six80. the contra costa county county had a place that gave them the place, the dc so all 100% of the proceeds can go to the family. >>> 2003 settlement man dates department reform and oversight. they say opd has not fulfilled those requirements, they want a federal receiver to have powers toism phept changes. the city attorney says that would cripple the city and hurt moral at the department. the hearing is scheduled for december oeufplt two hours ago the police department began its first ever virtual ride along. officers posting live tweets from inside of a patrol car telling followers about every call and arrest. a spokes man says to give community members an inside look at the realities of life of a police officer on patrol and create a connection of the people i
Nov 10, 2012 8:00am PST
daly's bar ♪ >>> good afternoon, supervisors, members of the general public. burning san franciscans in the street, that's what's been happening in this city since september 2001 when this board of supervisors came out with a resolution to close the last public horse sporting facility in san francisco and reopen it in the quickest, most efficient manner possible. and here we are 11 years later, nothing has happened. but yet the supervisors have all these little pet projects that they somehow think is going to help the city and county of san francisco. what a joke. i've been going around this city for the past 10 years asking everybody, what is going on down there at the golden gate park stables? and the board of supervisors lack of motivation and input to get them reopened. they all came back and said, there's only one solution. you need to go to the supervisors and you need to make a resolution asking every one of those supervisors to hold hands, walk on the golden gate bridge, and jump off. that is the only thing that the san francisco board of supervisors could ever do to help this c